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ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF ISADORE DAY STATEMENT; FEDERAL GOVERNMENT APPEAL TO CANADIAN HUMAN RIGHTS TRIBUNAL RULING ON FIRST NATION CHILD WELFARE IS A "SLAP IN THE FACE" FOLLOWING NATIONAL ABORIGINAL DAY

(Toronto, June 23, 2017) “Today’s announcement that the federal government will seek clarity from the Federal Court on two specific aspects of the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal rulings creates further delays and continues to imperil

ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF ISADORE DAY CALLS FOR GREATER EDUCATION, AND AWARENESS OF FIRST NATIONS CULTURE ON NATIONAL ABORIGINAL DAY

TORONTO (June 21, 2017) — Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day is welcoming National Aboriginal Day by calling for greater education and awareness by all Canadians on First Nations culture, Peoples and our true shared history

MEDIA ADVISORY - 43RD ANNUAL ALL ONTARIO CHIEFS CONFERENCE (AOCC) BEGINS TOMORROW AT LAC SEUL FIRST NATION

TORONTO (June 12, 2017) - The 43rd All Ontario Chiefs Conference (AOCC) will be held from Tuesday, June 13th to Thursday, June 15th at Lac Seul First Nation.

REGIONAL CHIEF ISADORE DAY STATEMENT: FOR THE SAKE OF OUR CHILDREN AND YOUTH IT'S TIME TO PUT RECONCILIATION INTO ACTION

(May 25, 2017) First Nation children and youth are dying senseless and needless deaths in ever increasing numbers.

ALL ONTARIO CHIEFS CONFERENCE

Meeting Location:

Lac Seul Event Centre

FIRST NATION JURISDICTION ON HEALTH AND SOCIAL SYSTEMS AND ECONOMIC RIGHTS MUST BE THE STARTING POINT FOR DIALOGUE WITH CANADA ON THE LEGALIZATION OF MARIJUANA SAYS ONTARIO REGIONAL CHIEF

TORONTO, ON (April 13, 2017) --- Ontario Regional Chief Isadore says that First Nations must have the opportunity to consult and participate fully from the new cannabis legislation announc

TODAY’S HISTORIC AGREEMENT BETWEEN KASHECHEWAN AND THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT SIGNALS ANOTHER STEP IN BUILDING A STRONGER NATION TO NATION RELATIONSHIP

Toronto ON (Mar 31, 2017) – Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day says today’s historic signing of an Memorandum of Understanding in Kashechewan between Canada, O

TODAY’S FEDERAL BUDGET BUILDS UPON LAST YEAR’S $8.4 BILLION INVESTMENT OVER FIVE YEARS WITH AN ADDITIONAL $3.4 BILLION IN NEW FUNDING, WHICH INCLUDES $828 MILLION IN NEW HEALTH INVESTMENTS

Ottawa ON (Mar 22, 2017) – “Today’s federal budget has taken a significant step towards addressing the desperate health needs of First Nations, particula

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